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 What is the word for chocolate in German?

Answer The word for chocolate in German is "schokolade." During the mid-1800s, the creation of small shops around the country turned Germany into one of the many European centers of chocolate production.S... Read More »
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Is Dutch chocolate better than German chocolate?

hmm, in my opinion.... the best ist Swiss Chocolate and Belgian.
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What is German chocolate?

Many of us grew up eating the rich, gooey confection we know as German chocolate cake. You might be surprised to learn the cake is not German at all, and neither is its sweet chocolate namesake.Fro... Read More »
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How to Make a German Chocolate Cake?

German chocolate cake is actually American in origin (thanks to Samuel German, a chocolate maker from the mid 1800s), but that doesn't make it any the less delicious. It's basically a chocolate cak... Read More »
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Is German chocolate cake really from Germany?

Sam German created a sweet dark chocolate for the Baker's Chocolate Company in 1852; it was called "Baker's German's Sweet Chocolate." In 1957, a Dallas, Texas, newspaper published the first recipe... Read More »
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